Top Japanese Sushi Places in Singapore 2023

Food on 28 Jul, 2023

Top Japanese Sushi Places in Singapore 2023

Calling all foodies and sushi lovers in Singapore! We all know that Sushi is one of the most loved foods in Japanese cuisine. We’ve researched for you and prepared a list of all the Hidden gems across Singapore’s Top 10 sushi places in Singapore experiences that will transport your taste buds straight to Japan.

Prepare yourself as you pick up your chopsticks and immerse yourself in the different dining experience. Take this chance to explore the other Sushi places you can visit for a simple date or a family dinner.

We’ve researched for you and found the Top Japanese Sushi Places in Singapore. These are the ones that have the , the nicest amenities, and the most relaxing atmosphere.

Based on data published on 10 Aug 2023

Top Japanese Sushi Places in Singapore

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1. Minami Maki 44.44.4 4.7
2. En Sushi 4.5
3. KOMA N/AN/A3.9 4.4
4. Ajiya Okonomiyaki RestaurantN/A4.54.8 4.2
5. Kinki Restaurant & Bar 44.34.1 4.1
6. Koh Grill And Sushi Bar 43.94.1 4.1
7. The sushi Bar43.74.3 4.1
8. Ikoi Japanese Restaurant
4N/A4.2 4.0
9. Tomi Sushi43.94.1 4.0
10. Unatoto4N/A4.3 3.9

1st Place – Minami Maki

Nestled in the heart of Singapore, Minami Maki stands as a beloved and sought-after restaurant, delighting patrons with its delectable Japanese cuisine. Sushi, sashimi, tempura, and teriyaki grace their diverse menu, catering to a wide range of tastes.

Step inside to discover a modern and stylish interior, exuding a welcoming and relaxed ambiance, setting the stage for memorable gatherings with friends and family. The menu showcases a blend of traditional Japanese classics and inventive culinary creations, ensuring a delightful dining experience. Quench your thirst with their well-curated selection of sake and other alcoholic beverages, adding an extra touch of enjoyment to your time at Minami Maki.

Price: S$10 – S$20 per pax

Location: 321 Alexandra Road #02–43 Alexandra Central, Singapore 159971

Opening hours: Monday : Closed, Tuesday – Sunday : 11am – 02:30 pm, 6pm -9pm

2nd Place – En Sushi

Fresh and delicious Japanese food can be a little pricey sometimes. If you are always searching for great deals, this Japanese restaurant will be the place for you. Sending you out with affordable and well-executed dishes! Situated along Prinsep Street, En offers fresh sashimi, hand rolls, and dons. Their menu is highly wallet-friendly, with most items priced below $20!

The restaurant has a wide variety of dons. Options include Salmon Don ($17.90), Mekajiki Goma Zuke Don ($18.90), which is marinated swordfish sashimi with rice, and Negitoro Don ($21.90), minced tuna belly sashimi with rice. Furthermore, the restaurant is conveniently located along Prinsep Street, a stone’s throw away from Dhoby Ghaut MRT station!

Price: below $20

Location: 112 Middle Road #01-00B, Midland House, Singapore 188970

Opening hours: 11.30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm daily.

3rd Place – KOMA

KOMA, an original concept from TAO Group, is a Japanese restaurant and sushi bar offering modern Japanese cuisine. We enter through the distinct 20m passageway into the holding area. These orange arches are reminiscent of the famous rows of Torri Gates of Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto.

For Sake Lovers, this restaurant also comprises both a bar and lounge that serves an extensive selection of over 30 types of sake sourced from across Japan. Walking over the traditional Japanese footbridge with the gigantic 2.5m Japanese Bronze Bell hanging, overlooking the reflective pond. The breathtaking first step into the 230-seat restaurant, including the bar and lounge. 

Reviewers have praised the quality of the sushi and sashimi. The sashimi platter ($78 for 9 pieces), while the sushi platter ($88 for 9 pieces) The Ginger Honey-Glazed Salmon ($38) and Scallion Fried Rice in Sizzling Pot ($32) are popular choices for those seeking flavorful delights.

Price:  S$80 – S$98

Location: Marina Bay Sands Singapore 

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11:30 am–3 pm, 5 pm–12 am

4th Place – Ajiya Okonomiyaki Restaurant

Mikuni offers a culinary tour through exquisite creations from its stunning Teppanyaki and Sushi live stations, each helmed by a master chef, highlighting the most premium seasonal Japanese produce. Be delighted with Mikuni’s multi-sensory dining experience complemented by signature creations by Executive Chef Keisuke’s novel and exciting modern kaiseki dishes.

Japan has four distinct seasons, Spring, summer, autumn and winter. With every changing season comes notable seasonal food. At Mikuni, guests will always enjoy its ever-changing menu to complement seasonal ingredients. 

Price: S$33 – S$133

Location: 80 Bras Basah Rd, Level 3 Fairmont, Singapore 189560

Opening hours: 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm, 9:30pm (Last Order)

5th Place – Kinki Restaurant and Bar

Kinki Restaurant and Bar, situated at Raffles Place, boasts a captivating 3rd-floor rooftop bar offering stunning views of Marina Bay. Beyond just drinks, their thoughtfully curated menu complements the alcohol perfectly, going beyond the typical bar fare of nuts, fries, or chicken wings.

Having recently undergone a relaunch, Kinki now embraces a geisha theme, evident through captivating artworks on the walls and the names of some of their signature drinks. As an urban Japanese restaurant and bar, Kinki serves up delectable sushi rolls, tempura, and unagi, all with a delightful twist.

Here are the top must-try dishes at Kinki Restaurant and Bar: 

  • Spicy Buffalo Katsu (S$30)
  • Unagi Claypot (S$35)
  • Crusty Lamb Rack (S$45)
  • Cowabunga (S$36)
  • Tuna Tartare Tortilla (S$34)

Price: $20-$30

Location: 70 Collyer Quay Customs House #02-02 Singapore 049323

Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays (12pm to 3pm | 6pm to 10)

6th Place – Koh Grill And Sushi Bar

Koh Grill & Sushi Bar is in the Food Republic food court on level 4 of Wisma Atria Shopping Centre. Despite its small size, the place is clean, cosy, and comfortable.

This popular restaurant is well-known for its fresh sashimi and delicious grilled dishes. Ordering is easy, and the food arrives quickly, served hot and flavorful. You must try their Shiock Sushi and other sashimi choices. The grilled dishes are like a delightful finale, improving the dining experience. It’s an excellent place for a special family meal.

Their menu offers a variety of sushi rolls, from classics like California rolls to unique options like their signature California Maki or the Koh Original Maki. They also have an excellent selection of chawanmushi, including soup, Chicken Teriyaki, and agedashi Tofu.

Price: Average range: $4.50-$18

Location: 435 Orchard Road Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877 Singapore

Opening hours: 11am- 11:30pm

7th Place – The sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar, a humble and popular Japanese outlet at Far East Plaza, now has a full-fledged restaurant in Ngee Ann City. At their Far East Plaza branches, it’s common to see long queues on both weekdays and weekends, with people eagerly waiting for their favourite Chirashi Don and Salmon Aburi Roll.

Their menu offers various dishes, including appetizers and grilled yakimono dishes. But the must-try items are their sashimi and chirashi. You can get a 3 Kinds Sashimi Platter starting at $28.90++. For chirashi, the Kaisen Chirashi (from $27.90++) is a classic go-to, featuring salmon, tuna, yellowtail, aburi salmon belly, tamago, scallop, and ikura served with rice.

Price: $15-$35

Location: 391 Orchard Road #05-34/35 Ngee Ann City Singapore 238873 (Orchard MRT)

Opening hours: 11:30am – 9:45pm (Mon – Sun)

8th Place – Ikoi Japanese Restaurant

Calling out the big sashimi lovers, If you are looking for quality à la carte buffet style. Ikoi Japanese Restaurant should be at the top of your list. Ikoi is a small-sized restaurant with a simple interior, exuding a cosy atmosphere often seen in traditional Japanese restaurants. The place is usually crowded, which also means it is unsuitable for a big group or leisurely dining experience.

Ikoi is famous for its fresh and generous cuts of salmon, tuna, yellowtail, swordfish, cuttlefish, and octopus. Their main draw is their delicious sashimi, and they often surprise guests with unique off-menu dishes. With over 100 options, including sashimi, nigiri sushi, maki sushi, temaki sushi, grilled dishes, tempura, side dishes, noodles, and rice, there’s something for everyone at Ikoi!

Price: S$50++ per adult

Location: #01-01, Hotel Miramar 401 Havelock Road

Opening hours: Tue to Sun: 11:30 – 14:30, 18:00 – 22:45

9th Place – Tomi Sushi 

Tomi Sushi at Millenia Walk in Singapore is a great place to enjoy a delicious sushi meal. The restaurant has a modern, stylish atmosphere and sleek, contemporary design. The menu features a wide variety of sushi, from traditional Japanese dishes to creative and innovative creations. 

The sushi is made with the freshest ingredients, and the chefs take great care to ensure that each dish is prepared with the utmost care and attention. The restaurant also offers a selection of sake, beer, and wine to accompany your meal. The prices are reasonable, and the portions are generous.

The restaurant also offers a variety of special events and promotions, such as happy hour specials and sushi-making classes. The restaurant also hosts special events such as sushi-making competitions and sushi-tasting events.

Price: S$28 – S$48 per pax

Location: 9 Raffles Boulevard #02-12/13 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday (11:45 am–2:30 pm, 5:45–9:30 pm)

10th Place – Unatoto

Unatoto, Japan’s famed affordable unagi don franchise, has announced that they will open their very first outlet in Singapore, at Tanjong Pagar’s Guoco Tower. The concept is essentially grilled eel over a charcoal fire but with the idea of “fast food” baked in – though it was anything but “fast.”

Get ready for an array of mouthwatering Unagi options! Starting at the bottom end, we’ve got the pocket-friendly Unadon ($9.50) and the Unadon Double ($14.50) for those looking for a more filling bowl. Imagine a bed of fluffy Japanese rice topped with grilled unagi, glazed to perfection with soy sauce, making it shine like a star.

Ready to take it up a notch? On the higher side, we’ve got the Unajyu Regular ($12), Unajyu Large ($20), Unajyu Deluxe ($22), and Unajyu Premium ($35) – all worth a try! And hey, there’s another exciting way to enjoy unagi – it comes with a pot of flavorful broth. Pour it over your rice bowl for an explosion of taste, or savor it. The choice is yours to relish!

Price: $9.50 – $35

Location: 7 Wallich Street, Guoco Tower, #B1-03, Singapore 078884

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 11 am–3 pm, 5–10 pm

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